Can a limited common area be in an owners unit?

Answer Read your governing documents to determine whether the interior of an owner's unit is included within the definition of limited common area for your property. Typically, limited common areas serve ... Read More »

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If the Home Owners Association for a condominium community hires a roofer to make repairs to the common area and there is damage to a unit owners personal property who is responsible for the damages?

It all depends.Depending on the insurance policy you carry on your personal property, and depending on the insurance carried by the association and the insurance carried by the roofer, there would ... Read More »

Does a townhouse own the land beneath it whereas a condominium owners own only the unit plus a part of shared common grounds and amenities?

Read the appropriate descriptions of the real estate you want to buy. Usually, when buying a condominium, you purchase a unit, plus an interest in real estate assets that the association owns in c... Read More »

Is an condo attic which owners maintain considered common area?

Read your governing documents to determine the line where your private ownership ends and common ownership ends. If it is common area: Owners (plural) maintain the attic area, this is proper, since... Read More »

Can condominium owners ban another owner's children from playing on the common area lawn and parking lot?

An owner who attempts to manage some one else's children is simply showing 'village-level' control over the children, based on the owner's discomfort. This is public and civic discourse. An owner m... Read More »